Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 244

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off for feed, had rain not fallen this month or early next month a large proportion of the stock in Riverina must have perished for the want of water grass before the summer was over.  Stock are still low in price though the establishment of several meat preserving Companies will I trust enhance their value, or at least give them a fixed minimum value;  but I fear from the excessive production of wool that that commodity will remain at a low price.  Good stations with wells, dams, & tanks, and fenced in, with good improvements are still very valuable in

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